Heading our way on VOD and DVD this coming March 8th is Stomping Ground, which features a cameo performance from Theresa Tilly, best known as one of the original “Ladies of The Evil Dead”; and to help get you ready for it, we’re happy to debut an exclusive clip from the film today.
Along with Tilly, Stomping Ground stars John Bobek, Tarah DeSpain, and Jeramy Blackford. It’s directed by Dan Riesser, and Mike De Trana produced through Anvil Entertainment.
If you live in or around the Los Angeles area, several cast and crew members – including Riesser and Tilly – will celebrate the film’s release with a signing at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, CA, on March 8th at 7pm PT.
Stomping Ground Release Details:
BRINKvision is releasing Stomping Ground, an independent Bigfoot horror feature, on DVD and Video-On-Demand on March 8th.
Stomping Ground is the story of Ben and Annie, a young couple on a weekend trip to Annie’s small North Carolina hometown. At the local bar they run into Paul, a charming old friend of Annie’s, and Ben learns something he never knew about his girlfriend: She believes in Bigfoot. In fact, she and her friends used to “hunt” for the creature when they were kids. Before Ben knows it, he’s off on an impromptu Squatchin’ trip deep in the Carolina backwoods. Amidst the Squatch calls, campfire stories, and beers, Ben quickly realizes that Paul may have an ulterior motive in bringing Annie to the woods. And something else out here seems to be after her as well. Everyone but Ben thinks it’s Bigfoot. But it can’t be, can it? After all, Bigfoot isn’t real.
Filmmaker Riesser, formerly an Emmy-nominated producer on E! Entertainment’s “The Soup” with Joel McHale, wrote, directed, and produced Stomping Ground as his first feature film.
Limited edition DVDs, which include an 11″x17″ poster signed by the cast and crew, can be pre-ordered directly from BRINKvision.com. The film is also available on Amazon. It will be available digitally from Amazon Prime and Google Play on March 8th, with additional VOD outlets to follow. The film is available for Cinema-On-Demand screenings through Tugg.com.